HISTORIC KEY WEST FORT-TURNED-MUSEUM GETS NEW EVENT LAWN

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“What’s going on with the construction next to the airport?”  People keep asking the question as they collect friends and relatives from Key West International Airport, or pass...

WILD THINGS: THE SUBTLE GENIUS OF SWALLOW-TAILED KITES

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The kite shot out from nowhere, just above the road, doing something of a bootlegger turn, its face angled one way, its body sliding another. Its wings were...

LET’S ROLL — BOCCE IS BACK IN KEY WEST

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Masked men hefted coolers from car trunks and called insulting greetings across the parking lot the way guys do.  With rosters finalized and last-minute calls made to missing...

KEY WEST BESTS MARATHON IN HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

The Marathon High School tennis team hosted the Key West Conchs on Feb. 19. Key West came away the victor in Marathon’s season opener. “Veterans Lillian Guo...

WILD THINGS: THE ART OF BLENDING IN

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The wind made it difficult to think. Tilt your head the wrong way and your hat would fly off and tumbleweed down the beach. It didn’t matter...

TALL BIKER PEDALS TO KEY WEST WHILE DRAWING ATTENTION ON U.S. 1

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Keys Weekly is still awaiting some details about this attention-drawing bicyclist, who pedaled down U.S. 1 on Feb. 20 and then did a victory lap down Key...
Keys students in the spotlight - A woman holding a sign posing for the camera - Weekly Newspapers

student of the week: Sydney Eysenbach

The Upper Keys Weekly is proud to partner with Treasure Village Montessori faculty and students in choosing “The Student of the Week.” Recipients are chosen on qualifications...

NEW GRANTS HELP HISTORIC RESTAURANTS

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The National Trust for Historic Preservation has partnered with American Express to launch a new grants program that aims to help restaurants’ recovery from the COVID pandemic. The...

Children – Heaven’s Angels Walk Among Us

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“I believe that children are our future…” – George Benson, “The Greatest Love of All” “I love children – parboiled!” – W.C. Fields Actually, George had it right –...

Citizens protest over upcoming release of genetically modified mosquitoes

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Safe to say, most people hate mosquitoes. They hate them for reasons ranging from their ruining a gorgeous, cocktailed-up sunset to causing angry, itchy red spots on...